Pathosis by J.N. LaVelle

Pathosis (Dark Evolution #1) by J.N. LaVelle

This book sounded very creepy when I read the synopsis and it started out that way, which was great. I can remember nights where I forced myself to stay awake so that I could read just a bit more. Unfortunately, it went away from the creepy aspects that made the first half of the book so good. Pathosis ended well enough, but I think it unraveled at the end instead of finishing in a tightly constructed preview to possible future works. Also, the ending felt rushed to me, which was also unfortunate, because the surviving characters were interesting enough to stretch out a bit and get to know. That didn’t happen, but maybe it will in future works? The ending is not bad, I was just hoping for something more / better.

Overall I did like this book and it is an entertaining read, but what started as a high four star rating, ended at about three and a half.

3.5 outta 5 stars

s.j. romero

s.j. romero is the author of H narratives: Divulgence, the mind-altering epic introduction to an afterlife never imagined, a journey like no other and a disturbing truth—death is not what we thought.